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Adaptive prediction and predictive control by P.P. Kanjilal

By P.P. Kanjilal

This publication is ready prediction and keep an eye on of methods that are expressed by means of discrete-time versions (i.e. the features range in a roundabout way with time). the purpose of the ebook is to supply a unified and complete assurance of the foundations, views and techniques of adaptive prediction, that is utilized by scientists and researchers in a large choice of disciplines

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In this connection, the sampling rate or the number of data points available within a certain time span is also important, because the sampling rate limits the highest frequency component that can be present in the sampled signal. 5 Models based on Frequency Domain Analysis 37 frequency components. The frequency domain representation of a periodic signal in terms of a Fourier series and that of a nonperiodic signal in terms of a Fourier transform are described. J. Fourier (1768-1830). The sampling aspects of a time series or signal are also studied in this section.

3 STOCHASTIC PROCESSES The word stochastic is of Greek origin, meaning to guess. A stochastic process is a random process evolving in time whose behaviour can be analysed statistically but cannot be predicted precisely. The uncertainty or the unknown disturbance in the observed process is described by a stochastic process and because of the presence of this uncertainty, the overall process is also called a stochastic process. The more accurate the statistical representation of the uncertainty in the process model, the higher the probability is of the model response being close to the actual response of the process.

X(k) = z(k)-z(k-i), i*l. , z(k) « y(k)-y(k-p), where p is the period length, etc. 4062w(k-12) + e(k), where w(k) • z(k) - z(k-l), and z(k) = y(k) - y(k-12). QQ Again, preprocessing of the data in terms of nonlinear Sec. 3) can improve transformation (discussed in stationarity. Nonlinear transformation is also used to formulate linear-in-the-parameter models for nonlinear time series or processes. Estimation and the noise process The proper characterization of the noise is important from a parameter estimation point of view.

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